Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: R. Laird, C. Laird (11/08)
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Shared By: ryan laird on Nov 27, 2008
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“We know that a dream can be real, but who ever thought that reality could be a dream? ..... Think about it and then ask yourself, do you live here, in this country, in this world, or do you live instead in the Twilight Zone?”

Begin by climbing a blunt arête or a shallow dihedral and pass the bottom roof on the right. Move up the ramp for 10 feet then angle up and left towards the crack located in the center of the top roof. Keep moving and keep dreaming about those huge jugs waiting for you just over the roof.


Shadow Play ascends the right margin of the brown, clean face and passes through two roofs. It is located on the north facing wall approximately 30 feet to the right of the where the north and west facing walls meet.


11 bolts to a top anchor of two cold shuts.


Mark E Dixon
Sprezzatura, Someday
Mark E Dixon   Sprezzatura, Someday
There is a loose block (maybe mailbox-sized) at the first roof, so you may want to have your gear and belayer out of the line of fire. The hold is avoidable and marked with an X. It would be a public service if somebody feels like prying it off.

Otherwise a good climb, interesting moves, and generally solid. Jul 12, 2012
Geoff U
Centennial, CO
Geoff U   Centennial, CO
The loose "X" hold is quite avoidable. Great line. Sep 25, 2017